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by Anthony McIntyre (for the Pensive Quill)
Yesterday, 36 years after his original conviction, Pat Livingstone was
acquitted of killing Samuel Llewellyn in West Belfast in 1975. Mr
Llewellyn, a resident of the Shankill Road, was shot dead by the IRA
after being kidnapped while carrying out emergency repairs to homes in
the area in the wake of a loyalist bomb attack. It became known as the
“Good Samaritan killing”.
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